Eric Douglas Aitken, known as Douglas, will be remembered by many people, from many different parts of the community, as a parish minister, local councillor, religious broadcasting producer, Rotarian, scouting chaplain, husband, father and friend. ...
News and events
An ambitious staging of the Easter story featuring a cast of 50 will bring the Gospel accounts vividly to life in Hamilton over the bank holiday weekend.
A new resource is being developed to help congregations identify victims of human trafficking.
Kirk members, ministers and elders from across eight presbyteries attended a day consultation in Lanark to take a critical look at the use of technology in worship.
A West Lothian minister has been honoured for faithfully serving his congregation for 40 years.
The Church of Scotland is drawing up plans to accept contactless payments in a bid to boost donations.
Social isolation, loneliness and the “scandal” of child poverty. These are a few of the challenges facing the country today that church leaders have urged Scotland’s First Minister to address. ...
An Edinburgh church has launched a new games café for homeless people.
The Archbishop of York, Most Rev Dr John Sentamu, has praised the Church of Scotland’s long tradition of evangelism, saying that ecumenical mission work is “what the Church of Jesus should be about.” ...